Affordable Housing


Englewood CDC provides a range of affordable housing options in the Englewood neighborhood, including rental and homeownership options.

To inquire online for rental housing, please apply here.

The Commonwealth

Commonwealth Apartments: Redevelopment of the historic IPS Lucretia Mott School #3 into 32-units of mixed-income apartments, and associated community and recreational spaces. Ranging from studios to three-bedroom units, mixed income residents benefit from apartments loaded with historic charm, unique features, recreational amenities, and common areas.

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Oxford Place Senior Apartments: 30 new 1- and 2-bedroom apartments serving neighbors over 55, in the first energy-positive building of its kind in Indiana.

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Scattered Site Rental: Englewood CDC operates 30 units of scattered-site rentals properties, in renovated single- and double-family homes, returning previously vacant homes to productive use, and providing affordable rental units to Near Eastside neighbors.

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Restoration Homes: Focusing development on strategic blocks within the Englewood neighborhood, these vacant and abandoned homes undergo full renovations and are sold, encouraging new homeowners to locate and participate in the life of the neighborhood. Restoration Movement Homes on Rural, Oxford, and Dearborn Streets are the historic roots of ECDC’s work, and has attracted over 30 households to the neighborhood.

Homeowner Repair: Englewood CDC manages homeowner repair projects in the neighborhood. For more information, please contact David Price at 317.639.1541

 Race for Roofs: Englewood CDC’s annual fundraiser 5K run through the near Eastside of Indianapolis every spring. All net proceeds from the run go toward a rental scholarship fund for our neighbors working toward more healthy and permanent housing.